The Elgin Academy Service Club's latest project has been to decorate rocks and leave them all over campus and eventually throughout Elgin for people to find and then re-locate for others to find. The project known as "EA Rocks" was only hours old when the first rock was found by several of our Lower School students.
Hilltopper Happenings highlights the many ways Elgin Academy is inspiring students to be our creative, courageous, and compassionate future. Stories about our students, faculty, and programs are shared on our website.
In Mrs. Nicholson's Fourth grade class, students gave Liberty Presentations on topics including presidents, historical figures, and landmarks. They created posters, wore patriotic attire and shared all the information about the topic they had chosen. Great job, Fourth Graders!
In honor of National Volunteer Week we want to say thank you to the members of the Elgin Academy Parent Association for all they do for the Elgin Academy Community!
In celebration of Earth Day here is a photo of our little piece of Earth at Elgin Academy.
Its spring and the beauty of the Elgin Academy campus is revealing itself in the lovely blooms that are appearing all over. Thank you Mrs. Lau for sharing this beautiful photo. Enjoy!
We are so proud of Elgin Academy's 2021-2022 Illinois State Scholars. Congratulations to Samuel Nathan Basa '21, Vansh Haridas '21, Aaron Kirk '21, Madhumitha Manivannan '21, and Reece Zonts '21.
It has long been a tradition that the Elgin Academy Parents Association (EAPA) holds days of appreciation activities for our faculty and staff, culminating with a celebratory luncheon. While it couldn’t be celebrated in the typical way this year, the EAPA found a new way to show their appreciation for all that has been done this year. Thank you!
The weather has been beautiful and Ms. Ceci's Early Childhood World Language students gathered on the sidewalk outside of North Hall and created chalk drawings of mariposa (the Spanish word for butterfly). Didn't they do a lovely job?